Plans to cut subsidies for 23 buses in Suffolk have been scrutinised by an MP, who suggests residents of remote areas are disproportionately impacted.
A new campaign against incoming changes to Suffolk’s school transport policy says it is not too late for the county council to reverse course.
Twenty-three Suffolk bus services are under threat, after a council announced it was axing its subsidy to those routes in cost-cutting measures.
Suffolk’s new school travel policy was branded as “a postcode lottery”, as some pupils miss out on free travel eligibility to their preferred school.
A new framework has been approved to allow a council to review whether its sponsored bus services are viable.
A twice-weekly bus service, described as a vital lifeline to rural villages, has been saved.
More than £50,000 of refurbishments and upgrades at Sudbury train station have at last been implemented.
Motorists have hit out at resurfacing work on two main roads from Sudbury, while one of the town’s main thoroughfares has been closed.
Planned roadworks in Hadleigh – set to begin next week – have drawn the ire of residents, who have questioned their timing and necessity.
A public consultation on parking arrangements in Cross Street in Sudbury is in the pipeline, as authorities consider how to tackle pollution issues.
Calls for safety improvements at a busy junction in Long Melfordhave intensified, after a pedestrian was hospitalised following a serious collision.
A road safety survey in Hadleigh has led to increased calls for Suffolk Highways to take action, before a serious accident occurs.
A council’s plan to remove bus pass eligibility on a public transport service could increase isolation, according to an opposition councillor.
Suffolk’s pothole blight was described as a “poor advert for our county” as figures show the county spends the least on pothole fixes in East Anglia.
A new bus service between Sudbury and Clare is being introduced next month.